The club has members with a wide range of abilities, from beginner to black belt. Children are increasingly attracted to Karate and the club has members as young as five. Current members also include families who have trained together for many years.
In addition to normal training, students of the club also participate in association gradings, courses and competitions throughout the year.
Competitions are designed for all grades and ages and provide members an opportunity to demonstrate their skills.
Karate training sessions are once a week on Sunday Morning/Afternoon.
For further information about Rugby Club training sessions and times follow these links.
Classes in Rugby
The club's instructor is Derek E.Brogie (6th Dan), who started the TISKA Rugby Shotokan Karate club in 1997 at the Ken Marriott Leisure Centre, Bruce Williams Way, Rugby CV22 5LJ.
This Leisure Centre was closed in 2013, demolished and a new Leisure Centre called
QUEENS DIAMOND JUBILEE LEISURE CENTRE built on the same site.
Training is currently held in the Main Sports Hall at the
[This centre was built on the site of the old Ken Marriott Centre]Contact Club Instructor